FAQ: Granting "Logon as a batch job"
Question: How do I grant the Logon as a batch job privilege to my user account?
Answer: On Windows, this privilege is granted through the Local or Domain Security Policy. To do this using the Local Security Policy, follow these steps.
- In the Control Panel, open Administrative Tools, then Local Security Policy.
- Beneath Security Settings, open Local Policies and highlight User Rights Assignment.
- Locate Log on as a batch job. Open the properties and add any users that need this right.
- When finished, save your changes and close the Local Security Settings window.
Your changes should take effect immediately. To make changes to the Domain Security Policy, on a domain controller, use the Domain Security Policy utility in the Control Panel.
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